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Millennials Are the Best and the Worst

Alexis Bloomer, a radio personality who interned under Dan Rather, recently (2016) took it upon herself to evaluate what's so wrong with her own millennial ...


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Billy Graham on the Opportunities of Old Age

In his book Nearing Home, Billy Graham offers the following advice about the opportunities in growing older:

When Coca-Cola changed its one-hundred-year-old ...

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Passion for Daily Prayer Grows with Age

Statistics from the Pew Forum on Religion in Public Life seem to indicate that with age comes passion for daily prayer:

  • Gen Xers (born between 1965-80) who prayed daily in the late 1990s: 42 percent

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Research Shows Extent of Generation Gap

Adults who said there is major difference in the point of view of younger and older people:

1969: 74 percent
1979: 60 percent
2009: 79 percent


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Olympic Relay Runners Fail to Pass the Baton

In the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, the American women's 4 x 100 relay race was favored to win the gold medal. The team featured Marion ...


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Did Adam and Eve Have Children?

On one late night talk show, a panel of three university students were asked questions to test their intelligence. The questions ranged from naming famous ...


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Ignoring Church Disables Family

If you don't make a habit out of going to church each Sunday, you shoot yourself in the foot, your children in the leg, and your grandchildren in the ...


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Princess Diana, Winston Churchill, and George W. Bush Are Distant Relatives

Mixed/neutral

Princess Diana, Winston Churchill, and George W. Bush are distant relatives whose ancestry can be traced back to a fifteenth-century English ...


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"Father of the Bride": Seeing Ourselves in Our Children

Father of the Bride is a comedy that deals with a father's anxiety about giving his daughter away in marriage. George, the father (played by Steve Martin), ...


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A Religionless Age

In a letter to Eberhard Bethge from Tegel Prison, April 30, 1944, Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote:

You would be surprised, and perhaps even worried, by my theological ...


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